April 15, 2016

St. Mary’s explores “Why Women Still Can’t have it all” with Dr. Anne-Marie Slaughter

Kitchener – On Friday April 15, 2016 Anne Marie Slaughter will speak at the first of a new series, St. Mary’s She Shares. From working as the first female director of policy planning at the U.S. State Department to leaving that illustrious career to spend more time with her children, Anne-Marie Slaughter has thought a lot about whether or not women can really “have it all.” (And sparked a lot of buzz when she penned an article posting that question back in 2012.) Her book, Unfinished Business, explores what true equality between men and women would look like, and sparks a discussion around how workplaces and cultural values need to adapt to help us get there.

What:Luncheon Speaker Event

When: Friday April 15, 2016

Time: 12:00 Luncheon, 1:00 Speaker, 2:00 Book Signing

Where: Bingeman’s, Marshall Hall
425 Bingeman’s Centre Drive, Kitchener, ON N2M1B2

Why: Slaughter's talk is the first in a new speaker series “St. Mary’s, She Shares” from the St. Mary’s General Hospital foundation. In keeping with St. Mary’s commitment and reputation for reaching beyond the walls of the hospital, “St. Mary’s She Shares” marks the beginning of an ongoing healthy living dialogue with the women of our community.

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